0049 The Olive Bar, the State, and Rule Ambiguity

0049 The Olive Bar, the State, and Rule Ambiguity MP3 It's a Jetsons World
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Article taken from:
It’s a Jetsons World:
Private Miracles and Public Crimes
by Jeffrey A Tucker

Free Association, Peace, and Plenty

 

The Olive Bar, the State, and Rule Ambiguity

THERE I STOOD WITH eight olive pits in my cheek, talking
to the checkout lady at the grocery store as she waved my
half-pound container of antipasto over the scanner light. All the
while, I hoped she that she wouldn’t notice or ask why I sounded like I
had marbles in my mouth.
Like many shoppers before and after, I had been standing at the olive
bar “sampling” red, green, and black olives—first the ones without seeds,
so that there would be no evidence of my deed, then the ones stuffed
with cheese and garlic, and then finally the ones with seeds because I
couldn’t resist the temptation. Jeffrey Tucker

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